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The Tallgrass Prairie in Illinois

Images of Prairie Plants — Genera Beginning with the Letter "R"

 

  • Ranunculus rhomboideus (prairie, plains, or Labrador buttercup) [Ranunculaceae, Buttercup Family] — listed as ENDANGERED in Illinois, where it is found the northernmost counties

     

  • Ratibida pinnata (drooping, yellow, or gray-headed coneflower or pinnate prairie coneflower) [Asteraceae, Sunflower Family]

     

  • Rosa carolina (pasture or Carolina rose) [Rosaceae, Rose Family]

     

  • Rosa multiflora (multiflora rose) [Rosaceae, Rose Family] — NOT native to Illinois and an invasive weed 

     

  • Rosa setigera (prairie rose) [Rosaceae, Rose family]

     

  • Rudbeckia hirta (black-eyed Susan) [Asteraceae, Sunflower Family]

     

  • Rudbeckia subtomentosa (fragrant or sweet coneflower or sweet black-eyed Susan) [Asteraceae, Sunflower Family]

     

  • Rudbeckia triloba (brown-eyed Susan) [Asteraceae, Sunflower Family]

     

  • Ruellia humilis (wild petunia) [Acanthaceae, Acanthus Family]

     


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  • Created November 1997; updated 25 October 2004



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